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CORAKI BUTTER FACTORY. CORAKI, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
CORAKI BUTTER FACTORY. CORAKI, August 30. At tho half-yearly meeting of Coraki factory shareholders to-day the report disclosed that Mi\\ tons of butter were manufactured last half-year, as against 41614 tons for the corresponding period of last year, tho average price paid sup- pliers being 8.126d, per lb, Tt.e ccst of manufacturing and marketing was 1.71d. per lb., the lowest on record. Profit on the half-year's operations was £1090/4/7, from which a bonus of 3-16d, per lb. on half-year's supply will be paid, while a 5 per cent, dividend was declared. It was stated that through churn detects, nearly 9000 boxes butter had been graded back from choicest to first and second class, causing a loss of nearly £1200. Since the defects were remedied in April no but- ter has been graded back. The chairman stated that new machinery was being In- stalled which- would further reduce over- head costs considerably. Messrs. J. Ken- nedy, chairman, J. P. Steven, and J. Sullivan were declared re-el...
MINING IN UPPER BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
MINING IN UPPER BURNETT. The correspondent of tho "Courier Mall" at Eidsvold reports:-At Mulhall, Hinder Patterson's New Find, there has been further development of 30ft. from the present workings, proving the width of the lode. Values are expected to be similar to those previously reported. A small trial crushing will be made next week.
MINING NOTES. GOLD SHARES AGAIN SAG. Trading Quiet—Dealings in Moderate Range of Stocks—Falls of from ½d to 6/—Mount Morgan Unchanged. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
MINING NOTES. .30LÍ) SHARES AGAIN SAG. Trading Quiet-Dealings in Mode- rate Rango of Stocks-Falls of from $£d to 6/-Mount Morgan Unchanged. With the feverish buying of Monday's market now having somewhat abated, prices were again disposed to sag on tho Brisbane Stock Exchange yesterday, and although the group took the bulk of the day's business, trading was not of a lively order, and was spread over a moderate range of stocks. Bulolo Gold were booked at a slight concession at 96/6, closing at buyer 96/, seller 97/6, supplies of Golden Mile being available 2d below the previous day at 4/3, with Inquiry at 4/1. Offers to sell Golden Plateau at tho reduced price of 22/9 were passed In without any inquiry. Now Oulnea Goldfields opened easier with sales at 8/10, closing business at 8/1014 showing a day's loss of 3d. Mount Coolon also dropped back slightly &lt;on sales down to 12/5, closing at buyer 12/5, seller 12/6, Mount Morgan being unchanged with several sales at 44/, closing...
LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
LONDON QUOTATIONS. LONDON, August 29.-Tho following were Included in the dealings on the London Stock Exchange: Broken Hill, 28/9; Broken Hill South, 46/3; Mount Lyell, 17/3; Great Boulder, 11/114! Bons of Gwalla, 40/214; South Kalgurli. 35/014; Boulder Perseverance, 3/814; Horseshoo, 5/; Lake View und Star, 28/414; Kamun-i ting, 8/10; Sulphldo Corp., 7/3; Mount Isa, 8/C; Rhodesia, 1/11; Wiluna, 88/914; Now Guinea Goldfields, 7/414; North Kal- gurli, 16/414; Bulolo, 79/414; Assoclatod Gold, 5/ (nominal); Smelting, 12/,
SALES, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
SALES, AUGUST 30. BRISBANE.-Bulolo Gold, 96/6; New Guinea Goldfields, 8/10 (two lots), 8/1014; Mount Coolon, 12/6, 12/5; Mount Morgan, 44/ (three lots); Raub Aust., 21/714; Raub Aust., ono month, 21/714 (three lots); Boulder Perseverance, forward, 4/10; Great Boulder, forward, 14/; North Kalgurli (ox rights), 19/3; Lancefield, paid, 4/. 6/3. SYDNEY.-Mount Lyell, 22/; North Broken Hill, 85/9; Broken Hill South, 62/3, 62/9; Sulphide Corporation, 0/9, 10/1; Mount Isa Mines, 10/4; Katu Tin, 17/6; Kuala Kampar, 7/2. 7/3; Bawang, 4/9; Takuapa Valley. 21/3; Bega Gold, 1/6; Bismarck Range, 5/; Bismarck Range, Con., 3/11; Boulder Perseverance, 4/10, 4/8; Bulolo, 97/; Bulolo, deps., 1/10; Day Dawn, N.G., 41/; Great Boulder, 14/, 13/8; Golden Mile, 4/5, 4/3; Golden Gate, 1/4; Lake View and Star, 36/; Mount Coolon, 12/5, 12/4; Mount Coolon, West, 714d, 9d; Mount Morgan,y 44/6, 44/3; Golden Plateau, 22/114; Golden Plateau, con., 23/; N.G. Goldfields, 8/10, 8/7; Norbeman, 14/6; North-east New Oul...
WHITE HOPE CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
WHITE HOPE CENTRAL. White Hope Centrol (Cracow), NX., has been added to the official list of the Sydney Stock Exchange. Authorised capital, £100,000, in 400,000 shares of 5/ each; subscribed capital, 170,900 shares paid to 1/6. ,,
RESULT OF BALLOT. WHEAT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
RESULT OF BALLOT. WHEAT BOARD. A ballot for the selection of four growers' representatives on the Wheat Board was held by the Department of Agriculture yesterday. The term is for one year. The ballot closed at noon, and the result was announced at midnight as follows: E. A. Thomas (chairman), Roma 1470 J. J. Booth (Junabee). 1448 T. W. M'Intyre (Yarranlea) .. 1366 W. J. Brlmblecombe (Pirrlnyuan) 1349 A. C. Krieg (Brookstead) .. .. 1048 B. C. C. Kirkegaard (Freestone) 973 J. E. Nussey (Allora). 937 A. Hoskin (Mt. View, Jimbour) .. 797 E. Fitzgerald (Shelton). 354 W. B. M'Oolm (Toolburra) .... 270
PROTEST FAILS. Upper House Election Bill. SYDNEY, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
PROTEST FAILS. Upper House Election Bill. SYDNEY, August 30. The legislation to facilitate the con- duct of the Upper House election, fol- lowing the Government's reform measure for the reconstitution of that chamber, was before the LecMative Assembly to-night, the Bill having been previously passed by the Legislative Council. The Premier (Mr. B. S. B. Stevens) explained that the Bill was merely a machinery measure. An objection raised by Mr. J. Lamaro, Labour member for Leichhardt, that the measure could not be proceeded with, in view of the fact that there was an application before the Equity Court, was over-ruled by the Speaker (Sir Daniel Levy). Labour members bitterly attacked the Bill. The closure was applied, and the second reading agreed to by' 38 votes to 23.
GOOD WILL FLIGHT. Jewish Opposition. MELBOURNE, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
GOOD WILL FLIGHT. Jewish Opposition. -MELBOURNE, August 30. A leading member of the Jewish community of Melbourne said to-day that the whole Australian Jewish community, including German Jews was abrolutely against the uroposa) for a good will flight from" Aus- tralia to Germany, which was an- nounced yesterday. It was wrong, he said, for the committee of German residents or- ganising the flight to suppose that every German national would add his or her name to the testimonial to Heir Hitler, to be carried by the pilot of the aeroplane. No' German Jew would sign it.
PROFIT OF £116,243. Adelaide Steamship Co. ADELAIDE, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
PROFIT OF £116,243. Adelaide Steamship Co. I ADELAIDE, August 30. The Adelaide Steamship Company's profit and loss account for the year shows the net results, after providing for depreciation and all charges, at £116,243, which compares with £104,427 for the previous year, and with £92,756 for 1931. With a balance brought for- ward of £58,605 the total is £174,848. Dividends absorbed £104,631, the balance on June 33 being £70,217. An interim dividend of-2 per cent, for the six months ended December 31, 1932, was paid in March, and the final dividend of 3 per cent, for tile year ended June 30 last has been declared payable after the general meeting on September 12. This will make a total of j 5 per cent, distribution for the year's trading.
SHOT AT GOLF. Bullet Meant for Crow. SYDNEY, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
SHOT AT GOLF. Bullet Meant for Crow. SYDNEY, August 30. Thomas Clarke (56), of Kellett Street, Darlinghurst, was accidentally shot 1n the back while playing golf at the Bonnie Doon links at Arncliffe to- day. The shot was fired by a man who had been appointed to patrol the course to deal with crows, which have been proving a nuisance owing to their lik- ing for golf, balls. Tlie bullet evidently ricocheted from a brick wall near a tee, and struck Clarke in the back. He was taken to hospital. The injury is not regarded as serious.
VEAL EXPORT. PROMISING TRADE. RAPID DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
VEAL EXPORT. PROMISING TRADE. RAPID DEVELOPMENT. The development of a valuable over- seas trade in Queensland veal is promised by substantial increases in the number of calves slaughtered for export. A remarkable rise in the figures oc- curred in 1932, the total being 22,bUU, compared with 3360 in 1931, and it has been more than maintained this year, the number of calves submitted for inspection for export in seven montns being 27,350. Further evidence of tne growth of the trade is aiïorded by the operations of the abattoirs, which treated a weekly average of 19 calves for export in their first 32 weeks, and an average of 315 a week in the past .financial year. Factors which account for the progress of this business are extensions of markets in the United Kingdom and in the East, the stimula- tion of a demand for veal through low prices for calves, and the centralising of killing at the abattoirs. Boneless veal also has met a popular demand. ABATTOIRS HELP. A big increase in the num...
RESUME LAND AFTER FIVE YEARS. Compensation Proposed in Draft of New Bill. Provision for the resumption of private land, which, within five years of its acquisition, has not been utilised, is contained in the Unproductive Lands Bill, a draft of which was considered at the weekly meeting of the State Parliamentary Labour party last evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
RESUME LAND AFTER FIVE YEARS. Compensation Proposed in Draft of New Bill. Provision for the resumption of private land, which, with- in five years of its acquisition, has not been utilised, is con- tained in the Unproductive Lands' Bill, a draft of which was considered at the weekly me eting of the State Parliamentary Labour party last evening. The Bill, one member of the pal ty declared subsequently, would prove to be ' the first measure of its kind to be introduced in a parliament in the British Empire. Although at first it was suggested that, as an alternative to resumption, land might be made liable to special taxation, this was denied by members seen after the meeting. It was learned that where land is jesumed, provision will be made in the Bill for compensation for the owner. "There will not be any confiscation or taxation," one member declared. , ,Thc draft Bill was leferred to the land committee of the party for con- sideration, and the committee will report back to the cauc...
JAPANESE TRADE. Wool and Textiles. ATTITUDE TO BRITAIN. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
JAPANESE TRADE. Wool and Textiles. ATTITUDE TO BRITAIN. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON.. August 30. The Tokio correspondent of "The Times" telegraphs: "The Japanese are enquiring for Argentine and South African wool, in consequence of the growth of the woollen industry," though it also is designed as a hint to Australia. One of the largest Japanese spinners is preparing to establish a sales organisation in Argentina. "The Japanese officials declare that the reports that Japan is expecting little from the Simla and London con- ferences aro fabrications. Tlie Press comments have been moderated, and responsible circles now excuse the anti-Empire boycott as an impulsive step due to fears that the Ottawa agreements presaged a British Empire close economic bloc."
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
MASS© Pioneered the Dental Type Tooth Brush The Masso Tooth Brush is the ORIGINAL "dental type" brush. For many years it was the ONLY brush of this type to be had. It was designed to reach places in the mouth the ordinary brush cannot clean. More than that, its tufts are so lengthed, shaped and spaced, to spread, gently but firmly, massaging the gum margins, stimulating vigorous circulation that nourishes teeth and gums. Each brush is sterilised and reaches you untouched by hands and bearing the broadest guar- antee in its field: If for any reason at all, its service fails to satisfy, we will send you a new brush without charge or con- versation. Made in Auilralia by Lambert Pharmacol Co., (Auit.) Ltd. Sydney .maker* of Liilerlne Antlieptie, Lllterlne Tootb Paite, Lliterine Sbaiing Cream. vTrade Mark Ilegd.) Dental Type Tooth Brush THREW AWAY HIS STICK When Sciatica Yielded to Kruschen There can bo no doubt that this man has finished walking with a stick, for it is now four years si...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
_AUCTION SALES AND PROPERTY LIST._ THIS DAY, at 10.30 o'Clock IN PHILLIPS' AUCTION- ROOMS, 161 QUEEN STREET. Unreserved Sale of Modern and Select Furnishings and Appointments in Silky Oak, Maple, and Other Woods Comprising SUPERIOR WALNUT I-F. VICTOR PIANO, Seagrass Chairs, Occasional Tables, Oil Paintings and Pictures, Carpet Squares. SILKY OAK DINING SUITE, 6 pees., comprising Sideboard, Table, and Chairs, Cedar and other Dining Tables, Office Tables, 2, 4, and 6 drws., Office Cabinet, 9 drws., Set Bookshelves, 2 S.O. Office Chairs, S.O , W.W., and Uphol. Couches, S.O. SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, W.S.G D. Bookcase, Counter and other Show Cases, S.O. Dinner Waggon, Cabinet Ice Chest, Veranda, Blinds, FRAMED MIRROR, S.O. Side- boards, Smoker's Stand, A.B." Lounge, Maple D. Table, Vases, Jar- dinieres, 3 VALVE ELECTRIC WIRELESS SET AND SPEAKER, Child's High Chair, UPHOL. EASY CHAIRS, BEBARPIELD VICKERS CABINET SEWING MACHINE. MODERN BEDROOM SUITES, 2, 3, ,and 5 pees., including bedstead to ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
Too Late for Classification, A T Herbert Hoare's, Ipswich, 2 Englisn ?"- fireproof safes, £7/15/. £10/10/; 2 fishing nets, each 40 feet, 32/6 eacn; bagatelle table, cues, balls, £4/17/6; mangle, like now, £3/12/6; several large mirrors, suit cafe, draper; large wall ehov case._ "A T Herbert Hoare's. Ipswich.-Under« .** wood brief size typewriter, £5/10/; bacon cutter, 38/6; canoe, 30/; home, shop, Ice cheBts, 25/6; miner's Tiger boring machine, £2/7/6._, "IJUTCHERING business, going concern, -"-* shop, plant, motor truck, residence, See. Owner would let, £5 week. No charge for goodwill. 'Phono Herbert Hoste, auctioneer. Ipswich._ . CALVERT, near Rosewood, 2 acres, splen- did soil, comfortable residence, £125, terms. Cheap enough for removal. Herbert Hoare. Ipswich._ _ T PS WICH, loo acres, wonderful creek -*? frontage, suitable lucerno growing, residence, outbuildings, silo, hayshed, horses, Implements, Sec. suit milkman or buyer wanting handy farm. Quick sale, £1500, deposit about ...